Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore
Hotel Jen Tanglin is a fuss-free, mid-range hotel by Shangri-La International Hotel Management. This hotel has just completed the 2nd phase of its large-scale renovation which covered the top 7 floors which consist of 64 club rooms, 152 deluxe rooms, 15 suites and a Club Lounge. Read on to find out more about this newly renovated, highly raved hotel!
Even though Hokkaido is a plane ride away from Narita (where we land), we were still drawn to the ideas of fresh seafood, scenic views, road trips and onsen resorts while planning for the trip. So my friends and I decided to spend 7 days in Hokkaido. Turns out, it was the best decision ever! Hokkaido has got to be one of my favourite places in Japan.
Read on to find out why!
Just last September, Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore opened its doors to both locals and tourists alike. This fuss-free, mid-range hotel by Shangri-La International Hotel Management is located right in the heart of Singapore’s premier shopping district. Hotel Jen has a unique brand of style and service delivery designed to appeal to a new generation of travellers. Read on to find out more!
If you are looking for new hotels for staycation in Singapore, One Farrer Hotel & Spa is one that you should definitely consider! This new 5-star hotel, located in the middle of a rich heritage enclave, boasts a rather novel “hotels-within-a-hotel” concept. In other words, you will be able to find an Urban Hotel, Loft Apartments as well as a Skyline Hotel and Villas all under one roof. Personally, I am thrilled by the idea of villas in the sky. Are you?
Read on to find out what a Presidential Suite in the newest 5-star hotel looks like.
Narita is a popular transit destination for international travellers going to Tokyo. However, few would choose to spend some time in Narita before heading to Tokyo. The only reason why my friends and I decided to spend 2 days in Narita was because we had some time to kill before our flight to Hokkaido. It was only after doing some research that we realised what Narita had to offer. Guide to Narita (成田)
Before the start of my last semester in University, I decided to take a 4 days trip to Bali during Recess week with my family. Although that means I had to do some work while I was there, it was definitely worth it! To be honest I was quite apprehensive about the trip initially because I heard many mixed reviews about the place. Some people found their experience in Bali amazing but some felt that it was a disappointment. After the trip I’m glad that I belong to the former category.
Doing an exchange program in Europe provided me with many opportunities. Of which, the opportunity to travel around Europe is definitely one which I treasure. Travelling around Europe would of course involve visiting popular cities like London, Brussels (click on the link to view my post on Brussels), Vienna, Budapest, Paris, Rome, Florence etc. However, this post is dedicated to a beautiful place in Europe which may not be half as popular as the places mentioned in the list but may very well have more to offer.
As mentioned in my previous post on Brussels, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to go on a 6 months exchange program to Paris. So the first thing that I did in preparation for my Paris trip was to come up with my very own list of Parisian Cafes to visit. Mainly because like many others, I am a HUGE fan of cafes. I love how the smell of freshly brewed coffee fills the air and how many cafes provide a calming and conducive environment for catching up, writing and even studying. Parisian Cafes seem to sound even better with the subtle romantic ring to it. During the 6 months that I was in Paris, I spent a substantial amount of my free time in cafes. Each of the cafes that I visited were unique in their own ways. However, if you are visiting Paris for a short time and have no time to visit that many cafes or have no idea where to start, my carefully curated list of Paris Top 10 Cafes will be useful.
Paris Top 10 Cafes (more…)
So I’ve been given this wonderful opportunity to do my exchange in the City of Love – Paris. Before I go on and talk about how amazing Paris is, this post is not about Paris. I’ll have a separate post dedicated to Paris. This post is about a city that may be not be as hyped up as other cities like Paris and Rome, but has just as much to offer. Besides, it is just a stone throw away from Paris. So here’s a guide to help you start with the planning of your trip to Brussels and it answers the question of what comes to mind when people talk about this lovely city.
Destination: From Paris to Brussels, Belgium Guide to Brussels
Duration: 4 Days
Date: 17th Jan 2014 – 20th Jan 2014
Amount Spent: Approximately 150 Euros
This hassle-free, all-inclusive form of travel has been increasingly popular amongst Singaporeans. Over the years, vessels have gotten much bigger and facilities are also much better. Here’s a post of my experience on Royal Caribbean Singapore – Mariner of the Seas to give you a better idea of what to expect onboard the state of the art vessel. Note that these information are solely based on my experience. Information may change from time to time. So do check with Royal Caribbean if you have any queries! Enjoy your holiday 😀
Royal Caribbean Singapore – Mariner of the Seas:
Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights
Stopover Port: Port Klang
Vessel: Mariner of the Seas (Royal Caribbean)